Find information below on upcoming Immacolata events
Stations of the Cross
STATIONS OF THE CROSS ON HOLY THURSDAY AFTERNOON—The 8th graders will lead the school in outdoor Stations of the Cross throughout the afternoon on Thursday, April 1 beginning at 1:00. This will be similar to the schoolwide Rosary that
was held in October.
Family Fun Art
Looking for a fun family activity? Home and School wants to bring our community together with a fun springtime art project !! All supplies and instructions will be provided. Video instructions for this art project will provided courtesy of a few Immacolata students led by Mrs. Warmke, our beloved art teacher. The project is designed to incorporate all ages and artistic abilities. Materials will be sent home with students on Friday, March 26th.
Please sign up by CLICKING HERE so Home and School can provide supplies.
St. Patrick's Center Casseroles
A great service opportunity for your family! Helpers now needed!
St. Patrick Center is the largest provider of homeless services in Missouri, with more than 20 housing, employment and mental health programs that assist more than 9,000 person annually who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. They help individuals and families move from homelessness to independence in a measurable, cost-effective manner.
Our parish provides approximately 40 frozen casseroles and salads each month to support this great organization. Helpers are needed to rotate into our monthly calendar. Please consider signing
up! Casseroles can be homemade or purchased. Contact Cathy Newbold’s cell 314-453-5896
or to participate.
Cardinals Opening Day!
Support our St. Louis Cardinals on Opening Day. All students and staff may wear Cardinals gear or Red/white for Opening Day on Thursday, April 8!
May is right around the corner. We have multiple events scheduled for May. Several rescheduled events from earlier this year that we plan to hold
outside to allow for more fresh air and allow for parent attendance. Expect more information on specifics in the upcoming weeks for the following:
Tuesday, April 13--8th grade Confirmation
Saturday, April 24--2nd grade First Communion
Friday, May 7--May Crowning (outside)/half day with staff meeting in the afternoon
Tuesday, May 11--Kindergarten meet & greet morning—times TBA
Thursday, May 13--Talent & Variety show at 1:45 (outside) rain make up day is Fri, May 14
****hoping to do the schoolwide fun/activity day on May 17 or 18 or 19 but will depend on the companies
we are trying to book through
Friday, May 21--8th grade Mystery Day
Monday, May 24--preschool pastries with parents morning
Tuesday, May 25--8th grade graduation Mass & dinner
Friday, May 28--last day of school
Empower Through Health STL
Empower Through Health STL is a high school branch of Washington University's Empower Through Health initiative. Started by St. Joseph Academy sophomore & Immacolata alum, Claire McClelland, this group of high school students is dedicated to raising money for children in Uganda affected by a disease called Schistosamiasis. The most compelling aspect of this project is that this disease is completely curable and access to the cure is just a matter of raising the funds. No donation is too small! To learn more, check out our website by clicking here.
We will continuously work to maintain the spirit of our Immacolata events and the community building aspect, while being sure to address the safety of our community as well as current guidelines.